A pair of District 10-3A wins puts the playoff bound Lady Farmers in a tie atop the standings.
They needed to defeat visiting Howe on Oct. 17 and district leader Commerce at 4:30 p.m. Friday.
“This match (versus Commerce) will be for a share of the district lead so we will need to bring our best game,” head coach Harold Davis said.
As of Oct. 16, Farmersville was 24-7 overall and second in the standings at 8-1.
Sitting third and fourth were Leonard and Van Alstyne. Below the cut off line for the postseason were Whitewright, Howe and Lone Oak.
By David Jenkins • Staff Writer • [email protected]
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